Obamacare, officially known as the Affordable Care Act (ACA), continues to cause concern for small business owners and their employees. Though much confusion surrounds the implementation of the new healthcare mandate, small business owners must now comply with the law or face penalties.
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Our latest infographic explains how staffing agencies are using factoring for reliable and steady cash flow to cover the many costs related to employment firms.
In recent years, businesses of various sizes and sectors have learned about the benefits of factoring receivables in order to get financing for their cash-strapped companies.
Running a small business is no easy feat, and managing your small business finances – particularly your taxes – is likely every business owner’s least favorite task. Yet filing your taxes year after year is a necessity.
Though it is not without its critics, the California bullet train project finally pulled out of the station, in theory anyway, as the governor, state officials, contractors and union leaders gathered in Fresno for the project’s ground-breaking ceremony.
For many small- and medium-sized business owners, February marks tax preparation and filing time. Of course there are some last-minute filers who delay until mid-April. But business owners who are on top of their financial and operational affairs recognize February as the time to prepare.
Risk is inherent in every business transaction to one degree or another. Accidents happen, companies go belly-up, bosses quit without warning, and a sure-thing becomes a not-a-chance. This is the nature of commerce. While risk can never be completely eliminated, it can be assessed, managed, and mitigated.
Our latest infographic explains the benefits of oil and gas financing and how factoring provides dependable and consistent cash flow to cover the many costs related to the oil and gas industry.
Oil prices have plummeted recently, which has caused a ripple effect throughout the global economy. A wide number of reasons contribute to the steep price decline, including the widespread adoption of new drilling technologies (fracking), geopolitical issues, international oil production policies and more.